Root Rot Treatment for Cannabis Growing

Cannabis Growing

Root rot causes plants to go from healthy white roots to light brown roots when you have cannabis growing. As root rot progresses, they will turn darker until they die off.

Root rot causes leaf chlorosis followed by wilting leave and slowed plant growth when you are growing cannabis. It is common when roots are deprived of oxygen and un-aerated water.

When roots are rotting during cannabis growing, it invites pests and diseases to eat the cannabis plant. Cleanliness is the best prevention by using fresh, sterile growing mediums.

Not re-using old growing mediums will help prevent this, and keep pH above 6.5+ in soil and about 6.0+ in hydroponic mediums. Finally, be sure to take preventive measure to reduce pests that may dine on roots when cannabis growing.

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